| AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL EXTENSION WORLDWIDE: OPTIONS FOR INSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES |
subjects: Education and Training Planning Tools Rural finance and Book-keeping
levels and types of education: Teachers' training Non-formal education
|RIVERA WILLIAM M.|
QAMAR M. KALIM
CROWDER L. VAN
FAO, ROME, 2001, pages 49
|English||This document addresses policy-makers, governments and institutions.
The focus of this paper is on reform measures that promote food security and poverty alleviation among small-holders in low-income countries. It reviews and draws on a broad range of existing reform options and proposes a number of initiatives for institutional reform involving pluralism, decentralization and subsidiary, with an emphasis on participatory approaches.
Journal of Extension
A New Extension Vision for Food Security: Challenge to Change
Agricultural Extension, Rural Development and the Food Security Challenge
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